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BUEBuenos Aires, Argentina (Airport Code)
BUEBuenos Aires Stock Exchange (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
BUEBritish University In Egypt (El Sherouk, Egypt)
BUEBuilt Up Edge (type of defect in machining)
BUEBargaining Unit Employee
BUEBest Unbiased Estimator
BUEBilateral Upper Extremity
BUEBlut Und Ehre (gaming)
BUEBack Up Exec
BUEBilled Unearned (Sprint)
BUEBrainerd United Educators
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The BUE administration said the students were because they were seen "to incite [students] to sit-in and suspend classes at the university".
"The decision was illegal because the University President applied the law of the public universities which allows the dismissal of a student without investigation...and this legislation doesn't apply to the BUE being a private university," Abou-Zaid argued.
"In Egypt no licenses are given but to owners of kiosks so street vendors never leave their places, because customers know their location," said head of Enactus BUE Projects Ramy Sd.
BUE Vice President Moustafa Gouda announced: "The strike is now over.
The deal allowed Telefonica, which has majority in Argentina's other telecomms operator, Telefonica de Argentina (BUE:TEAR2), to also have an indirect stake in Telecom Argentina, Reuters reported.
Around 200 students at the British University in Egypt (BUE) are continuing a strike that has now entered a third day.
It is not easy to prepare for 44,000 people," Bue said.
Students at the British University in Egypt (BUE) took control of the university auditorium on Saturday, demanding the current administration resign over allegations of corruption
24 June 2011 - BBVA Banco Frances (BUE:FRAN), the Argentine unit of Spanish commercial lender BBVA (MCE:BBVA), said in a bourse filing its board had cleared a bond sale worth up to ARS250m (USD61m/EUR43m).
British University in Egypt (BUE) logo ( Photo: Public Domain)
22 June 2011 - Fitch on Tuesday confirmed the AA+(arg) long-term and A1+(arg) short-term national ratings of Argentina-based lender Banco Santander Rio SA (BUE:BRIO).